Eastern Cape Water Sport

Situated between Western Cape and KwaZulu Natal, the Eastern Cape is the second largest of South Africa's 9 provinces. Show on Map

Destinations in Eastern Cape

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Visit The Nqweba Dam

Where? Graaff Reinet
The Nqweba Dam is a fantastic spot to visit for the day or a weekend. Covering a total area of 1000 hectares at its fullest, this dam is popular among anglers and water sports enthusiasts. Just north of the ...

Jeffreys Bay Surf Museum

Where? Jeffreys Bay
Stop anyone with a wetsuit tan, anywhere in the world and ask 'Excuse me where is the number one surf spot in South Africa?' and despite a lifetime of overexposure to saltwater between their ears their answer ...

Explore The Kraal Dive Spot

Where? South End
The Kraal in Algoa Bay is an ideal spot for diving. This safe and easy dive spot is ideal for beginners or those in training. Here you can dive between 6 and 12 metres in depth while admiring the wonders ...

Dive at Postman’s Reef

Where? Summerstrand
Algoa Bay in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, is home to some fantastic dive sites, one of them being Postman’s Reef. This 4-8 meter dive lies close to the slipway near to Happy Valley. To find the dive ...

Learn To Surf With African Heartland Journeys

Where? Cintsa
Learning to surf? Join African Heartland Journeys Surf School and learn to surf on a 15km stretch of uncrowded beach. Operating from Buccaneers Backpackers, you are on the doorstep of a number of ideal ...

Boogy Boarding at Kidds Beach

Where? Port Alfred
Boogy Boarding - Have fun in the waves at Kellys Beach our blue flag beach in Port Alfred, or have a relaxed drift in the river currents here at Kiddies Beach. Ideal for kids but lots of fun adults too, we ...

Surfing at Seal Point

Where? Cape St Francis
Cape St Francis is a popular spot for surfers from all over the world, who come here to sample the excellent waves and the warm waters. The entire town has a relaxed, surfing village kind of feel to it, making ...

Shark Gulley

Where? South End
Shark Gulley is one of the oldest and most popular diving sites in Port Elizabeth. Also known as Roman Rock due to the large number of Red Romans that frequent the area, this dive site reaches depths of up ...

Boat and Lilo Up The Storms River

Where? Storms River
Explore the Storms River in a unique way. Hop on the 14 seater speed boat and take a trip across the Tsitsikamma ocean to the suspension bridge. From here the group will get off the boat and get on their ...

White Sands

Where? South End
For a great dive, with decent depth and the chance of spotting a wide variety of marine life, get to White Sands, in Algoa Bay, Eastern Cape. The reef is made up of wide stretches of sand with a number of ...

Snorkeling in East London

Where? East London
East London is a water sport mecca - every imaginable water sport is practised and catered for in the town. Here are some suggestions for the best snorkelling in East London: Glen Eden Point This is a ...

The Paris Maru Wreck

Where? Humewood
For a fantastic wreck dive, get down to Port Elizabeth Harbour and out to the Paris Maru Wreck. After crashing into Roman Rock in 1934, she sunk to the depths creating an artificial reef now home to a ...

Crossroads Reef

Where? Noordhoek
For one of the most interesting deep dives (ranging from 16 to 28 meters), get to Crossroads, just out from Noordhoek in Port Elizabeth. Crossroads can be distinguished by its deep gullies that cross over each ...

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